The selection had to present new spaces in old places, address how objects, furniture and lighting can relate to space and evolve reference grids. Bridging indoors and outdoors with lighting and furniture, art and design and appreciating moving objects in space. On a checkered Kilim, Antoine Lesur’s Huggy collection of rounded lines without sharp edges seems to play under the warm and playful gaze of Ingo Maurer in Campari Light. Rouge du Rhin cushions match the graphic mood while the three-tiered Papillon lamp flickers gracefully and Volta mobiles flutter in the wind. Laurence Brabant’s inseparable, hand-blown air vases need no translation.